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Calls for proposals

If you are a researcher employed at a Dutch university, UMC or NWO/KNAW institute, you can apply to receive an in-kind investment of research software engineers to your research project.


Check out the various programming and technology workshops we have on offer for researchers and research support staff.

Fellowship Programme

Do you have the ambition to promote or improve the use of research software within your organization or field? Then apply to become a Fellow.



Social Sciences & Humanities

Tracking and visualizing states as fossil fuel owners

Nation states still own and control about 60% of global oil and gas production. This makes states as owners important actors for global decarbonization efforts. At the same time, we have little systematic knowledge about where exactly states are invested in fossil fuel companies, especially cross-border.
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Life Sciences

Interacting factors in school choice – Modelling consequences for school segregation with an agent-based model

School segregation, the (uneven) distribution of children with particular characteristics (e.g. ethnicity, income, education) between schools, is a persistent problem in many educational systems. At the same time, schools are also important for decreasing inequalities and promoting integration.
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Natural Sciences & Engineering

Reducing Energy Consumption in Radio-astronomical and Ultrasound Imaging Tools (RECRUIT)

When it comes to algorithms, technologies and energy constraints, imaging efforts in radio astronomy and medical ultrasound share fundamentally similar challenges, both near the edge and further downstream in processing pipelines. Although time and space scales are orders of magnitude apart, the associated data processing and enabling hardware to image galaxy and brain share the common requirements. That is, they must be processed in a local, real-time and energy-efficient way. 
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Environment & Sustainability


Blue-Action is a 5-year European project of Horizon 2020 Blue Growth coordinated by the Danish Meteorological Institute with 41 partners. The objective of the project is to actively improve our ability to describe, model, and predict Arctic climate change and its impact on Northern Hemisphere climate, weather and their extremes, and to deliver valuated climate services of societal benefit.
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